Refused vs Rejected

I have heard about this term first time. After a lot of research i came a conclusion that few of the bug tracking tool uses that information.

this can happen in two different manner

Could not reproduce: If developer is not able to reproduce the bug by the steps given in bug report by QA then developer can mark the bug as ‘CNR’. QA needs action to check if bug is reproduced and can assign to developer with detailed reproducing steps.Generally most of the cases are environment issues.

or might be developer Need more information: If developer is not clear about the bug reproduce steps provided by QA to reproduce the bug, then he/she can mark it as “Need more information’. In this case QA needs to add detailed reproducing steps and assign bug back to dev for fix.

Some times developer or team lead can mark the bug as Rejected or invalid if the system is working according to specifications and bug is just due to some misinterpretation.
Refused vs Rejected Refused vs Rejected Reviewed by Animesh Chatterjee on April 20, 2010 Rating: 5

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